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Collection Scope and Content Note


Records of Dean David L. Call include materials pertaining to various departments of the college; other colleges at Cornell University; the Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York; the Cornell Board of Trustees and administration; Cornell Plantations; SUNY; CALS Alumni Association; Isles of Shoals; the Sea Grant Institute; Boyce Thompson Institute; New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets; New York State Council of Farmer Cooperatives; the Council of Agricultural Organizations; Agway, Inc., Agricultural Resources Commission; and the Environmental Protection Agency. Included are minutes, reports, statements, correspondence, speeches and other items concerning pesticide use and environmental issues, bovine hormone use, agricultural extension, rural development, pest control, migrant labor, agricultural policies, soil and water conservation, legislative bills, investments, land-grant affairs, academic funding and tuition, development, budgets, admissions, faculty salaries and tenure, staff relations, affirmative action and minority affairs, sex discrimination, education programs, libraries, computers, campus planning and development, university policies and procedures, and other matters. Major correspondents include Frank Rhodes, Henry Uihlein, and Roy Carver.

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